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Jan 24, 2013 3:00pm EST
know mike. we date back and did a lot of work together in city holdings so i think he knows what he's put in the chair. he's comfortable with that and has certainly empowered me to take the company forward. >> a friend of the program and comes on the show a lot, one of the investors who wants a dividend. does he call you at all? >> when i got into the job, there's a few things i wanted to be focused on. i said i wanted to get through budget and plan. which need to get through our c-card submission and the management team in place. in addition to that i went out and spent time with clients. i met probably with most or spoke with at a minimum our ten largest shareholders as well as spent time with our regulators so our investors are very important. >> do you feel that the industry is going to face structural change? it seems to me the entire industry, citi included, has been riding a wave of deregulation and globalization for years, economies looking inward and much higher regulation in terms of deregulation. how do you deal with that? >> you see an industry abandoning what they call th
CNBC
Jan 29, 2013 3:00pm EST
14,164. we're awfully close to it. today mike selly is with us from ya finance and randy bateman and peter anderson from congress asset asset management and our own rick santelli. thanks so much for seeing us. thanks for joining us. randy, how are you allocating capital in a market on the doorstep of all-time highs? >> we obviously still like the equity market. you know, there were so many uncertainties coming into this new year, and now a lot of those uncertainties have been wiped away with the budget ceiling and the tax situation that i think gives us a great deal of improvement, but as dandy don used to say when he hosted "monday night live," when it became obvious, he used to sing "turn out the lights, the party is over," and i think that's what's happening now. investors are realizing that the bond market party may be over, and it's time to shift to equities. >> let me ask you again. how are you allocating capital then in. >> we like a lot of sectors in the equity market. we like energy, materials and industrials, and some of the technology names are looking really pretty ri
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